I think the water will bounce off the rocks and and splash to the bottom, also the I think that the water on the rocks will absorb quickly.
I think the water would just bounce off and the grass would slowly absorb the water.
I think that the sand with absorb the water and compact itself to make it stronger.
I think the tree won't absorb the water and very quickly shed it to the ground so the roots can take it in to grow faster.
I think that the water will splash and create a small pillar of water that when it breaks it looks perfectly spherical.
The water fell and hit the rocks bouncing most of the water off, but some stayed on the rock. The water that was on the rock sat still for a while then eventually was absorbed. The water that sprayed just landed on the bottom of the cup.
The water trickled onto the grass and quickly got absorbed into it, only to weaken the strength of the grass. No bounce was created, because the grass distributed the weight and absorbed the water quickly.
The sand absorbed the water quickly and moved out of the way and clinging together stronger than before.
The water rushed quickly down the side of the tree, because the bark creates pathways to allow quick water flow. The water only stopped when it quickly got absorbed by the dirt on the bottom.
The water pushed down creating force that pushes upwards like a obalysk and making a ripple affect.
I was surprised on how slow the water on the rocks absorbed. The water that sprayed upwards was surprisingly round and spherical.
I was totally surprised that the water didn't bounce and got absorbed very quickly.
I wasn't very surprised at how the sand reacted to the water, because I have been around sand a very long time and I know how it works.
I am not surprised at all by the results. The water did exactly as my prediction said it would.
Nothing surprised me at all in the experiment.